Ways to Give

For more than four decades, VANTAGE Aging (Formerly Mature Services) has relied on funding from federal, state, and local dollars to administer their programs to support aging in place.  But in these difficult times, grant support is no longer enough to reach the growing population of low-income Baby Boomers and the frail elderly in our community. As the need to provide services to generations of people impacted by multi-generational poverty and situational poverty continues to grow, funding cuts are limiting our ability to help.

There are many ways to support VANTAGE Aging and the programs we provide to older adults wishing to age in place with dignity. With the help of committed supporters like you, VANTAGE continues its work to promote the health, wellness, and financial independence of one of the most marginalized populations in Ohio, older adults.

We Need Your Support

You can make a one time or recurring gift by credit card through our safe and encrypted online donation system. You may designate your donation to support a single program by visiting our Donate Now page.

You may also choose to support the VANTAGE Aging Endowment Fund at the Akron Community Foundation. The funds are invested for both income and growth to provide a permanent source of income to support our mission. Your donation can be directed through the Akron Community Foundation by visiting here

If you are looking for additional ways to support VANTAGE, please visit Other Ways to Give

Your Privacy Matters

Making a gift to VANTAGE means more than just making a tax-deductible donation. It also means you are a member of a special group of supporters and we want you to know you can trust that we will not sell your information to any third parties and we protect the rights of our donors. VANTAGE Aging’s staff abides by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Code of Ethics and Donor Bill of Rights. If you have any questions about your rights as a donor or how we secure your information, please email giving@vantageaging.org or contact Dawn Moeglin, Senior Director of Community Engagement at 330-253-4597.

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